IU is scheduled to start her 18-city H.E.R. globe tour in 2024. Beginning in Seoul on March 2, the tour promises to be a worldwide display of IU’s musical abilities and a means of interacting with fans in various places. On January 24, IU will also release her pre-single alongside BTS’s V, Love Wins.
On January 17, it was formally announced that IU, a well-known South Korean performer, would be starting an 18-city global tour called H.E.R. Beginning on March 2, and continuing through March 10, four nights of concerts in Seoul will mark the beginning of the tour.
After that, IU’s musical voyage will take it across a variety of American, European, and Asian cities.
With her upcoming pre-release song, Love Wins, featuring BTS’ V, slated to drop on January 24 at 6 p.m. KST, 2:30 p.m. IST, IU is sure to wow fans. The announcement follows the release of an arresting poster that featured IU filming a mystery video of V at an unidentified location. The expression, “to the place that can’t be reached with my poor imagination”.
Love Wins is controversial though, as some LGBTQIA people worry that the pride parade slogan would become less relevant if it is employed in a broader heterosexual context. While some argue for the universal message of love triumphing over bigotry, others criticize the title choice. Netizens, meantime, advise against making snap decisions and wonder if the song’s heterosexuality is implied by the poster’s portrayal.